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New Hard Disk, new speed, getting rid of the boot issues

Andy's Blog – I’ve just installed my new 1 TB (7200 rpm. SATA II, 32MB cache) hard disk that is more than twice as fast as my old hard disks. My previous setup was 2 x 250 GB. And guess what. The system partition was on HD:0 while the boot partition (where Windows is) was on HD:1. I had to remove one HD, so which one should I remove. If I remove the boot partition HD then I would loose my Windows installation. If I remove the start partition I wouldn’t be able to boot anymore. What a mess. Who ever set up that configuration must have been crazy. Ok, I know where this comes from. The original ...
Favorite? Off-Topic? Andreas Hausladen @ 2009-09-12 14:42

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